What We Do
Whether you've been injured by someone's negligence or accused of a crime, our law firm will work tirelessly to protect your rights and guide you through the process every step of the way.
Page M. Kalish is a Columbia, SC personal injury and criminal defense attorney. Our firm's job is to hold people responsible for their actions. Whether it’s the driver of the car that caused an accident, the pet owner who didn’t keep their pet under control, the business owner who didn’t keep their property safe or the government that’s alleged you’ve committed a crime, we work as a steadfast advocate for your rights. What happens in the courtroom is the culmination of hours, days and even weeks behind the scenes.
Ultimately, our goal is to help you resolve issues and put your life back on track. From car accidents, slip and falls, traffic violations and dog bites to death caused by fire, insurance bad faith, product liability, and DUIs, we’ve tried a myriad of cases in front of administrative panels, judges and juries. So, whether you’ve suffered a serious accident or are facing criminal charges that disrupt your life, we’ll help you face those challenges with competence and compassion.
PMK Law practices in the areas of personal injury and criminal defense. The firm’s personal injury practice is focused on, but is not limited to, car accidents, products liability, and dog bites. The criminal defense practice is focused on alcohol and substance abuse offenses, but we handle cases outside of these areas as well. Click on the boxes below to learn more about our experience, or contact the firm directly to ask specific questions about your situation.
The Experience You Need. The Advocate You Want.
Since 2004, Page M. Kalish has been helping clients navigate the judicial system with detail-oriented devotion and hands-on attention. Page represents clients in civil and criminal matters in all South Carolina state courts, the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Page grew up in Macon, Georgia, and graduated from The University of the South (Sewanee) with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He later received a Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law. During law school, Page clerked for Richard A. Harpootlian, as well as for a prominent boutique litigation firm.
Since becoming licensed to practice law in 2004, Page has successfully represented clients in both state and federal trial courts, including business entities in litigation matters, contractors in construction cases and individuals with contract disputes. In 2013, he focused his practice on representing people with personal injury claims and those who have been charged with criminal offenses.